Cladding and window installation are wrapping up for 1400 Monroe Street, a seven-story residential building in West Loop by JK Equities Prior to construction, the property housed a three-story masonry building. The replacement, known as 1400 Monroe, is set to yield a total of 42 condominiums ranging between two- and four-bedroom residences. Prices begin at $800,000 for a one-bedroom, $1 million for a two-bedroom, and $2.5 million for a four-bedroom. Layout sizes, meanwhile, will fall between 1,242 and 3,887 square feet.
The Chicago Plan Commission has approved a mixed-use development at 6300 S Maryland Avenue in Woodlawn. Dubbed Park Station, the building will rise on a currently empty lot surrounded by various retail buildings, and bound by E 63rd Street to the north and S Maryland Avenue to the west. Designed by FitzGerald Associates, developers Michaels Developments and DL3 Realty aim to bring 58 residential units to the South Side neighborhood.
Final touches are underway for a two-story commercial addition at 44 E Walton Street in Near North Side. The new wing’s main entrance will be at 937 N Rush Street, and will welcome shoppers to a new venue for Italian fashion brand Brunello Cucinelli.
The Chicago Plan Commission has approved a mixed-use development at 1227 W Washington Boulevard in West Loop. Nestled in between two existing brick buildings housing a Goodwill store and various dental offices, the building’s main entrance will face W Washington Boulevard and be a five-minute walk from the McDonald’s global headquarters on W Randolph Street. The $100 million project is being developed by DAC Developments, LLC and designed by Pappageorge Haymes.
Caisson drilling has officially begun for Sterling Bay‘s planned 345 N Morgan Street, set to rise 11 stories in West Loop‘s Fulton Market District. The 200,000-square-foot edifice will feature ground-floor commercial space, office space, and tenant amenities.